A National Press Club panel will convene in Washington, DC on Aug. 12 to debate federal public-affairs practices that some say can cut the public off from its affairs. Although executive branch communications offices can be useful, at times indispensable, in helping the press cover the government, reporters need to always be free to seek information in other ways. Yet doing so has become difficult to a degree that some say jeopardizes open government.
This Environmental Law Institute webinar series is designed to identify opportunities for emergency, floodplain, and wetland management agencies to work together to maximize the flood control and ecosystem service benefits of our wetlands, thereby saving financial and environmental resources and building community resilience to climate change.
As stewards of natural resources, the DoD is faced with structural and environmental management tasks of monumental proportions. Join our panel of experts at the Environmental Law Institute in Washington, DC (or via teleconference) to learn more about the specific challenges the DoD faces and how they are addressing them through initiatives, policy, and action. The panel will also discuss President Obama's recently announced climate change initiatives. RSVP by July 12th.
The National Press Foundation invites you to join Google's Geo Media Program Manager online at 11:00 a.m. ET for an hour on Thursday, June 13, to learn about Google tools that can add depth and breadth to your coverage when disaster strikes.
WCSJ2019 in Lausanne, Switzerland is designed to strengthen the professional, ethical and technical skills of science journalists by increasing their knowledge of recent developments in science and improving their understanding of the forces that shape our world.
Canadian Journalists for Free Expression presents renowned Canadian climatologist Dr. Gordon McBean in conversation with journalist Anna Maria Tremonti, host of CBC’s “The Current”, about the importance of free expression to the scientific field and what happens to scientific endeavours when the right to free expression is restricted. The event will be filmed and posted to their website the following day.
The conference will identify, for stakeholders across affected industries and NGOs, how sustainability initiatives, standard-setting, consumer protection and competition law work together in this important and rapidly developing area. Hosted by the Environmental Law Institute in Washington, DC.
These seven FREE training sessions on environmental law are open to the public. Topics include NEPA, CAA, CWA, Land Use, Hazardous Waste, and Product Safety. Attend at the Environmental Law Institute in Washington, DC or via teleconference.